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our duty now to secure for Mr. Lincoln a peaceful and successful administration. It is time that the asperities of the campaign had passed away. The great are generous. Let the entire North speak words of friendship and kindness to the South, and instead of mourning a lost Pleiad, our constellation shall ultimately become a whole galaxy of glory. Maryland. The "Minute Men" of Baltimore, a political organization, numbering 2,500, formed before the election to advocate the cause of Bell and Everett, have since the election adopted resolutions denying that Lincoln's success is sufficient cause for dissolution, and denying the right of secession. These resolutions further declare-- That we regard the Union of the States as the only source of the nationality of our Republic; that to the Union we are indebted for our power, prosperity and growth as a nation; for our peace at home and abroad; for the influence we have won in the affairs of the world, and for the hopes we ar
The State election. --Only one county, Clay, was received at the Capitol, yesterday.--It gave Bell a majority of 84, thus giving him a majority in all the counties heard from, official and reported, of 254. Gov. Letcher has dispatched messengers to procure the returns from Webster and Buchanan. Webster is now the only county not heard from.
For secession. --Hon. A. H. H. Dawson, who canvassed Georgia in behalf of Bell and Everett, writes to the Charleston Mercury in favor of secession, and advocates separate State action. He thinks if South Carolina will go out first, it will largely increase the secession vote in Georgia and Alabama.